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The 12 Richest Villages in China

Speaking of China’s richest village, I believe that the first thing that comes to our minds is “Huaxi Village.” With the strong development of China’s economy, more and more provinces, cities, towns and villages have achieved impressive results. Today we will take a look at the 12 richest villages in China.

 

  1. Huaxi Village

Huaxi Village is a well-known happy village. The villagers have 400-600 square meters of villas, and the family has 1 million to 5 million yuan in deposits, or up to tens of millions of assets and 1-3 cars. From 2003 to 2004, the per capita income of the villagers exceeded 8,000 US dollars, ranking the No. 1 in the villages of the whole country.

 

 

  1. Nanling Village

Nanling Village is known as “the first village in China”. In 2008, the village’s net assets reached 1.3 billion yuan, and the per capita net income of the villagers was 150,000 yuan. It is one of the richest villages in Guangdong Province.

 

 

  1. Hangmin Village

Hangmin Village is located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. In 2005, the average income of the villagers was 28,000 yuan, and the average net assets of the villagers exceeded 2 million yuan. It is one of the richest village in Zhejiang.

 

 

  1. Tengtou Village

Tengtou Village is the most affluent village in Zhejiang Province. In 2009, the total social product value of the village reached 5.5 billion yuan, the profit and tax revenue was 604 million yuan, and the per capita income was 36,000 yuan. The environment of the village is very good, and some infrastructures are also very perfect.

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  1. Shenquanzhuang village

Shenquanzhuang Village is known as the “the First Village of Yimeng”, with collective assets of 21.6 billion yuan and per capita income of 80,000 yuan.

 

 

  1. Dazhai village

Dazhai Village in Shanxi has become a tourist center. In 2005, Its total economic income has reached 116 million yuan, and the per capita annual income was 5,500 yuan.

 

 

  1. Huayuan Village

Huayuan Village is located in Jinhua City, Zhejiang Province. In 2011, Huayuan Village realized a total industrial and agricultural output value of 11.7 billion yuan. The per capita annual income of the villagers reached 68,000 yuan. It is a modern and modern village well known and well built. The village is very well built and the environment is very beautiful.

 

 

  1. Nanjie Village

Nanjie Village is a village in Henan Province, China, and is widely reported as the last Maoist village in China. There, housing, medical care, rations and education are free.

 

 

  1. Liuzhuang Village

Liuzhuang Village has nearly 1 billion yuan in fixed assets. The villagers of Liuzhuang enjoy the many benefits brought by this development, including housing, schools and medical care. The average personal deposit of each family in the village is 200,000 yuan.

 

 

  1. Daqiuzhuang Village

Daqiu Zhuang is located in Tianjin, with a per capita income of 13,500 yuan in 2010.

 

 

  1. Jiuxing Village

Shanghai Jiuxing Village has more than 500 multi-millionaires and more than 4,000 business owners. There are 3,759 village names in the village, and the per capita income is 35,000 yuan. Everyone has shares. It is a famous as“the largest Market Village in East China” and “the First Village in Shanghai”.

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  1. JinShun Village

Jinshun Village is the first village whose total assets reaching 100 million yuan Jiangxi. The total assets of the village are 320 million yuan and the collective total assets are 24.2 million yuan. It is the famous richest village in Jiangxi.

 

 

China has been working hard to achieve a well-off society for all, and this goal is being realized step by step. Looking at the proud achievements of these richest villages, I believe that more and more villages will step into the richest villages in the future.

 

 

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